UNOE has been
“United Neighborhoods of Evansville”
for 20 years!
FEATURES THIS MONTH
- 20 Years, 20 Trees: Celebrating Tree City USA – Learn more about the upcoming celebration of Evansville anniversary on page 1 & at Tree City USA-Arbor Day Foundation & our Dept. of Urban Forestry
- From the President – Find some introductory remarks from your new UNOE Board President on page 2.
- From the Sr. Vice-President – Read about Stylish Ways to Reduce and Re-use on page 2.
- Help a Fellow Neighborhood – See a list of acceptable lids and caps on page 3. Donate yours to benefit Bellemeade Bayard Park NA.
- Speaker Resource: Tri-State Better Business Bureau – Info on page 4.
- Evansville Flag Project – Learn how you can be a part of creating a new flag for our city on page. 7.
- Spring Yard Waste Pickup – POSTPONED until further notice: click here.
- 2020 Membership Packets are NOW DUE. Contact the office if you’re unable to meet the 3/2/20 deadline. Download the Membership Packet here.
MARCH 2020 GENERAL MEETING – Cancelled
SAVE THE DATE: Neighborhood Day – May 30
COMMUNITY & NEIGHBORHOOD EVENTS
- Coffee with a Cop – Page 4 – Evansville Police Department – CANCELLED
- EPD Partnership Meeting with all Sectors – Info on page 4.
- Hot Takes from the Evansville Fire Department‘s Fire Life Safety Educator, Kevin Shelley on page 4.
- WeTip Hotline reminder on page 4 – Report crime anonymously online or by phone at 1-800-78-CRIME
- Mayor’s Traveling City Hall in March will be at Eastland Mall, Dillard’s court area – Page 5. – CANCELLED
- Various Municipal Meetings in March are listed on page 5.
- Clean Evansville – March 7th event – Page 5 – Keep Evansville Beautiful
- Energize Evansville event info – Page 6. – CANCELLED
- Final Meet Your Legislators event of 2020 – info on page 6. – CANCELLED
- Recycling Drop-off Days through the Solid Waste Management District – Page 6.
- Starting a Community Garden free workshop hosted by Greater Evansville Community Gardeners – info on page 7.
WATCH FOR THE 2020 U.S. CENSUS
Encouraging Our Neighbors
to Complete the 2020 Census
EVERY person who is counted by the Census is worth
about $2700 in federal funds, grants and support for our community,
according to a George Washington Institute study.
These funds support schools, hospitals, roads,
public works and other vital programs.
When you receive your invitation to respond,
talk it up among your neighbors,
strike up conversations with people in the community
while shopping, playing, worshiping or working.
Encourage everyone to be counted
for the good of everyone in our community!
Learn more at 2020census.gov.
Visit the local Complete Count Committee’s
Facebook page: 2020 Census Evansville
YouTube Channel: 2020Census Evansville
Get involved in the Census Challenge.